Former government lawyer responds appropriately to claim the ‘blob’ forced out Boris Johnson

Jake Berry: apparently the person behind him is a more astute political operator than he and his Tory colleagues.

David Allen Green of the Law and Policy Blog has been commenting usefully on the Covid and Partygate inquiries and their effect on Boris Johnson.

This Writer was therefore keen to read his response to former Tory chairman Jake Berry’s tweet, below:

I was not disappointed. Here’s what David Allen Green had to say about Berry’s intervention:

“Blobby blobby blob blob blobby,” blob Sir Jake Berry.




Blobby blobby blob Brexit, blobby blob?

“Blobby blobby,” blob Mr Blobby.

Blobby blobby Privileges Committee, blobby blobby Boris Johnson?

“Blobby blobby,” blob Mr Blobby.


Blobby blobby blobby.

Blob, blob.

I’m sure we can all agree that this was indeed the appropriate response to the issues the former Tory Chairman has raised.

Like many of the comments by Rishi Sunak in Prime Minister’s Question, I think the public should be expected to consider it a full and frank answer, and the matter now closed.

Source: Did the “Blob” block Brexit and force out Boris Johnson? – a full and appropriate response – The Law and Policy Blog

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